After their least productive day at the plate this season, the Brewers are hoping that Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez will be available to help them bounce back. The statuses of the two injured sluggers are unknown for Saturday night's game against the visiting Diamondbacks.
After producing a combined 12 runs and 26 hits over the first three games, Milwaukee (1-3) got only six singles and Jean Segura's first major league home run in a 3-1 loss to Arizona on Friday. Paul Goldschmidt and Jason Kubel scored the go-ahead runs for the Diamondbacks (3-1) on Mike Gonzalez's wild pitch in the seventh inning.
"Goldie took off. Nobody was really going for the ball," Kubel said. "So I just kept going. Nobody was going for it. It was weird. Good thing for us it worked out."
Braun was scratched less than an hour before that game because of spasms on the right side of his neck, and Ramirez sprained his left knee in the fourth inning. Ramirez, who has a hit in each of the first four games, misse...